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5 New Aussie Tunes You Have To Hear

There is no denying that Aussie’s are pretty great at producing quality music in all genres. So prepare your ears for a melodic treat, we have gone out and picked the best new Aussie tunes of the week that you definitely have to add to your favourites playlist.

#1 Common People – Low Dive

It’s the perfect song for a Sunday arvo drive. Spacey guitars and synthy beats are accompanied melodic voices. And even better the video is an ode to Bribane’s West End, featuring pals, pups and sun-drenched streets. You can also catch Low Dive at The Foundry in Brisbane on Thursday 29th June, with support from Pool Shop and McMisko.

#2 If I Die – Dan Vogl

This song is an embodiment of musical influences from Bob Dylan to Mumford and Sons. Its filled with soft folk melodies and driving drum beats, luring you in with soulful lyrics. After winning the 2017 ‘The Push’ Music Industry Pathways Mentoring Program, Dan Vogl will be launching his single at Melbourne’s Gasometer Hotel on Thursday 27th July.

#3 Lose Control – Isadore

This almost entirely self produced track, Lose Control is a thumping pop debut with a melting pot of 90s flavours. Isadore’s approach to music making is incredibly modern and unique, and this is definitely heard in her single. Trust me, you’re gonna have this banger stuck in your head in no time. And if you wanna get more, her EP Fight or Flight will be out the 4th of August.

#4 Fire Sign – Sensible J

He is one of the country’s most respected hip-hop artists, and now the Melbourne producer shares his debut single. The track delivers instant groove featuring interwoven vocals from Sampa and Remi, with layers of percussion, funk and hip-hop from Sensible J. He’ll be touring the country soon, so check out the details here.

#5 I Blink – Electric Zebra

This Queensland band have the roar of the loudest grunge, with high energy vocals and catchy guitar licks. They draw a distinct bond to the likes of Violent Soho and British India. The song is a confliction of hook filled angst and powerful singalongs. They will also be making a Sydney appearance at the Record Crate on the 9th of July.

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